December 15th, 2017
Barry M has launched its new In The Buff Eyeshadow Palette (£6.49). The palette includes 10 eye shadows features cool and warm tones, with both matte and shimmer finishes. Available at Superdrug from 31 January.
New and exclusive to The Makeup Armoury are the new Ve Neill original alcohol-activated palettes. The new palettes include the Damaged Goods Palette (£80), the Down And Dirty Palette (£80) and the Flesh Detailing Palette (£80). Available now.
Protect your client’s clothing or costume with the Make-Up Gown (£15) from make-up artist Donna May’s online shop. The cape is made from a soft light-weight material that is durable and water-repellent. T he cape is easy clean and dries very quickly and has a Velcro neck closure to make it suitable for any size. Available online now.
Jane Iredale has launched three new contour products as part of the Winter Collection. The new products include the Great Shape Contour Kit, the Contouring/Blending Brush and Contour Brush. Available from January 2018.
Givenchy is bringing out 12 new shades of the Gloss Interdit Vinyl (£23.50). With a re-worked wand bearing the symbol ‘G’, the unique gel formula fuses with shine polymers to form an extra-glossy film whist Black Rose oil helps keep the lips comfortable, soft and supple. Available from January 2018.
American beauty brand Vera Mona has launched in the UK. Created by a husband and wife duo, the brand’s key product is the Color Switch (£19.95). The Color Switch was created from the frustration of using multiple brushes when applying eye shadow and there not being a product on the market that allowed to quickly change the colour on brushes without a liquid brush cleaner. Vera Mona products are available to buy from Boots now.
PS Composites has opened a new walk-in shop in St. Albans. Founded by David Power, PS Composites is one of the largest distributors of RTV silicones, polyurethane elastomers, fibre-glass and SFX make-up including PPI, Kryolan and Bdellium brushes. Open 08:30-17:00 Monday to Friday.